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370 Old-time Schools and School-books
he had wrought in his own. Now, had Little Ann used a instead of the in her alarm ; the thief would have escaped
before she had been able to tell her parents what she really meant: hence learn the great difference between a or an and the.
A Boston edition of The Little Grammarian was also published, but a good deal of matter
Active. Passive. Nevier, From The Little Grammarian.
was added, and, instead of illustrating the
stories, the pictures
were confined to showing the meaning of the parts
of speech.
A very fully illustrated book dealing with a sub-
Girl learning her lesson.
Description of picture. Old-fashioned furniture. Girl's attention not diverted by her pets. She seems to have nearly learned her lesson and to be just ready to start for her school.
From Frost's Easy Exercises in Composition, 1839.
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